SPPG Student Events: LGBTQ+ Leadership and Affordable Rental Housing

Beyond the Headlines is produced through the School of Public Policy and Governance (SPPG)  which allows us to engage deeply with policy professionals through panels, case competitions, and special guest talks. This episode goes in depth to explore the SPPG events and the insights from our distinguished guests. Today we will hear from George Smitherman,Continue reading “SPPG Student Events: LGBTQ+ Leadership and Affordable Rental Housing”

BTH Insight Series Ep. 1: City Hall Reform & Health Innovation

  This week’s show is the first episode of the Insight Series, a new BTH series where we discuss seveal different policy areas within the hour. 1) Health Innovation Follow-up: In the first episode of the season, BTH examined how innovation can help to improve supply management of hospitals and Canada’s health system. Medical errorContinue reading “BTH Insight Series Ep. 1: City Hall Reform & Health Innovation”

Police Community Relations in Toronto

The episode will look at Police Community Relations in the City of Toronto. We will be asking our guests what they think about Toronto Police Service’s efforts to improve engagement with minority communities. Additionally, Toronto’s current chief, Bill Blair will be replaced this spring. What role do police community relations play in selecting a new police chief? Our panelContinue reading “Police Community Relations in Toronto”

Police Community Relations in Toronto

The episode will look at Police Community Relations in the City of Toronto. We will be asking our guests what they think about Toronto Police Service’s efforts to improve engagement with minority communities. Toronto’s current chief, Bill Blair will be replaced this spring – what role do police community relations play in selecting a new police chief?

Immigration in Ontario

Canada is one of the largest immigrant receiving nations in the world, and one with a longstanding dedication to the principle of multiculturalism. What makes immigrant inclusion and integration successful in some places versus others? We take a deeper look at this issue with expert guests from the not-for-profit, public, and academic spheres.

Immigration in Ontario

Canada is one of the largest immigrant receiving nations in the world, and one with a longstanding dedication to the principle of multiculturalism. What makes immigrant inclusion and integration successful in some places versus others? We take a deeper look at this issue with expert guests from the not-for-profit, public, and academic spheres: Debbie Douglas,Continue reading “Immigration in Ontario”

Building Coalitions: A Look at Cycling in Toronto

This episode looks at the relationship between community groups when they build effective coalitions to get things done in the City of Toronto. We look at how cycling coalitions in Toronto have been formed, how they continue to form, and how they affect policy decisions in the city.

Building Coalitions: A Look at Cycling in Toronto

This episode looks at the relationship between community groups when they build effective coalitions to get things done in the City of Toronto. We look at how cycling coalitions in Toronto have been formed, how they continue to form, and how they affect policy decisions in the city. Joining us this week are: Jared Kolb, Executive Director of CycleContinue reading “Building Coalitions: A Look at Cycling in Toronto”